Global Leader

Ramsey, Lindsey
April 2010
FoodService Director;4/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p56
Trade Publication
The article features Laura Lozano, facilities manager at Dell Global Dining, Round Rock, Texas. She is in charge of the company's foodservice, vending and catering contracts in North, Central and South America, including operations in Europe and Asia. Her responsibilities include global procurement and facilities management, safety and sanitation training, financial and operations reviews, wellness and improving food quality. Details about the development of her career in the foodservice business are also cited.


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